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MONDAY'S MATCHDAY PROGRAMME

Brian Caffarey - 12th April 2009

We?ve got a very interesting matchday programme lined up for you on Easter Monday, including an important interview with Club owner, Chris Ingram, as he ceases his financial support after seven years. Some of the highlights are:

Page 2

David Taylor talks about the decision to sack Phil Gilchrist and Neil Lyne:

?The reason I had to propose that they should go was because to stay in this league ? i.e. to gain the three or four wins we then needed from just six games left ? we had to change something. And, like it or not, in these situations, the only real decision that can be made that is most likely to produce a quick change in fortune is to change the manager.?

Page 3

Graham Baker, in his first programme notes since his appointment as Caretaker Manager, explains why he took the job on and reflects on his first two games in charge.

Page 8

Tom Barnardo recalls our trip to the Kassam Stadium back in August ? two managers ago!

Page 9

Tom looks forward to our final home game next Saturday against Mansfield Town

Pages 12-13

Chris Ingram (pictured) reflects on seven years? financial support of the Club and talks about how he sees its future:

?Currently I have a majority share in the Club ? but as I?ve said, I don?t want it! I want to put the Club into good hands: this should be easier now because it has no assets that anyone will want to strip out of the Club while pretending to be a genuine fan.?

Pages 20-21

Our Project 3000 guests on Monday afternoon are pupils from Knaphill Lower School and members of Knaphill Wanderers FC.

Pages 24-25

Lewis Hulatt profiles Joe Anderson

Page 28

Lewis concludes his amusing A Short History of Football, bringing us up to the modern game

Page 37

Rachel Formby begins another delightful KC Kat adventure ? to be concluded in the Mansfield matchday programme

And, of course, the rest of the programme is packed full with superb photos from David Holmes and all the usual reports and previews.

Support the Club and buy a copy! Only ?2.50. You can order a copy from the Club Shop if you can?t make it to the game.

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